Professionalism in ELT

During a talk with local school owners on Tuesday, Ben Beaumont explained the benefits of taking a recognised, accredited pre-service qualification: the Trinity Certificate in TESOL or the Cambridge CELTA. He identified the similarities between the two courses, both of which involve an assessed teaching practice component as well as a focus on experiential learning […]
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Continuing Professional Development for tutors

On Tuesday, we had the pleasure of welcoming Ben Beaumont, Head of TESOL Qualifications at Trinity College, to the centre. During a training session with the tutoring team, he explained in more detail the rationale and structure of the assignments trainees take and provided us with further Trinity-produced resources to support trainees in their pre-service […]
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Teaching Practice from a trainee’s point of view

As part of your Trinity CertTESOL course, you’ll keep a detailed record of the lessons taught and observed during the course and, towards the end of the TP component, write a conclusion on how you have developed in this area during the five weeks. Huge thanks to Harry, one of the trainees on the October […]
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On the twelfth day of Christmas

…my CertTESOL gave to me… Active Language have been running Trinity CertTESOL courses in Cádiz for over 12 years and the whole team have a wealth of experience teaching around the world and tutoring on both the CertTESOL and DipTESOL courses. As an established course provider, we have links with schools in the local area, […]
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On the eleventh day of Christmas

…my CertTESOL gave to me… You’ll soon get into the routine of a day on the course. Although the first couple of days are a little different, a standard day will look something like this: 9.00 – 10.00  Input session 10.00 – 10.15 TP group meeting 10.15 – 11.00 Break and preparation for teaching 11.00 […]
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